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Thursday, September 11

Waiting for Jack: A Beat Poetry Experience

Autry National Museum

4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA


Space Is Limited / Reservations Recommended

Go back in time for a night with the Beats—Kerouac, Ferlinghetti, Bukowski, di Prima, Micheline, and more. Participate in an evening of spoken word with prominent Los Angeles poets, actors, and musical artists reading the works of Beat-era poets in a loose reenactment of the historic 1955 Six Gallery poetry reading. Originally created by Poetry in Motion founder Eve Brandstein along with L.A. poets Michael C. Ford and Rex Weiner, this production is being reproduced for the Autry, offering a rare opportunity to experience the Beats as they were back then.


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Marc Anthony

Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015


(SEPT. 11-12) Marc Anthony will bring his Cambio De Piel Tour 2014 to Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on September 11-12, 2014.  Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets will be available at www.AXS.com, STAPLES Center Box Office or charge by phone at 888-929-7849. This concert is produced by AEG LIVE.

Marc Anthony has sold over 12 million albums worldwide, making him one of the most influential artists of his time and a true ambassador of Latin music and culture.  He has been awarded countless Standard gold and platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).  The list of Grammy accolades began with a 1998 Grammy for Best Latin/Tropical Performance for “Contra La Corriente,” followed with a 1999 Grammy for Song of the Year for “Dimelo.” 

Driven in part by the crossover success of his smash single “I Need to Know (Dimelo),” “Marc Anthony,” his English language debut album, helped usher in 1999's Latin pop explosion, and went on to achieve triple platinum status in the U.S.  In 2005 Marc Anthony went home double fisted with a Grammy for Best Latin Pop Album of the Year for “Amar Sin Mentiras” and another Grammy for Best Tropical Album of the Year for “Valio la Pena.”  He has won a total of 24 “Premio lo Nuestro” Awards throughout his career, the most won by any solo artist.   His influence was significantly recognized when he was included in the Top 10 List of influential New Yorkers compiled by New York Magazine.

In April 2013 his brand new single “Vivir Mi Vida” produced by Marc and Sergio George, occupied the #1 position on Itunes, Billboard charts and radio on a national level just hours after its release and continued to occupy that position for 18 consecutive weeks making history as the longest running salsa single of all time.  The song is an adaptation of "C'est La Vie" by Cheb Khaled. This hymn to life marks the singer’s reunion with Sergio George, who previously produced many of Anthony’s greatest hits. His new album project titled “Marc Anthony 3.0” was released July 23, 2013 and “Vivir Mi Vida” received a Latin Grammy in the “Recording of the Year” category.  The interpreter also took home an American Music Award  or a “Latin Artist of  Year” at the end of 2013.  His world tour “Vivir Mi Vida” was extended by popular demand and included in PollStar’s top selling tours of 2013. 

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Gob Squad: Super Night Shot


631 W. 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012


The ingenious British-German ensemble playfully probes Los Angeles with two audacious projects that shrewdly mix performance and impromptu video to elevate the banality of everyday life into soaring artistic experiences. Every night is different when these adventurous artists draw inspiration from the streets of downtown L.A. and sunny Venice Beach. 

The L.A. version of Gob Squad’s most acclaimed project starts with a celebration to welcome the heroic filmmakers as they return from their unpredictable twilight mission shooting four 60-minute videos on the streets of Downtown L.A. When the four filmed adventures are screened at once, we track the protagonists in their “war on anonymity”, with epic urban journeys co-starring unsuspecting local characters searching for love, heroes and… the unexpected.

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Friday, September 12



800 W. Olympic Blvd, 800 W. Olympic Blvd, 0


On Friday, September 12, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum will unveil its newest special display, Oh Say Can You Sing: ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in Popular Music.  Residing on the Museum’s third floor, the display will celebrate 200 years of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Including Whitney Houston’s jumpsuit worn during her famous Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” in 1991, sheet music from arrangements by Rickey Minor, instruments and more, the display is a contemporary exploration of our national anthem, originally penned by Francis Scott Key in 1814.  Visitors will also enjoy video footage of Jimi Hendrix’s iconic performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” from Woodstock 1969.  Oh Say Can You Sing: ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in Popular Music will be on display for a limited time, closing October 12, 2014.

In addition to the display, the GRAMMY Museum has created educational programs for both students and educators, encouraging both to explore a different side of popular music and culture. 

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L.A. Jazz Treasure Award: Ernie Andrews


5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036


LACMA and the Los Angeles Jazz Society proudly present the sixth-annual L.A. Jazz Treasure Award to vocalist Ernie Andrews. With an historic career that parallels the vast and rich history of L.A. jazz, Andrews began his work winning an amateur show at the Lincoln Theater on Central Avenue. From their hit singles, followed tours with the Harry James Band, recordings with Cannonball Adderly, and ultimately a long solo career that has spanned over 75 years. Other notable collaborations have included Gene Harris, Ray Brown, Benny Carter, Kenny Burrell, and the Capp-Pierce Juggernaut.

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